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Turns Over To The Responsibility Principle By The Road Traffic Accident

Posted on:2010-07-29Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:R B WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2166330302456158Subject:Civil and Commercial Law
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What this article discusses is the road traffic accident damage compensate turns over to the responsibility principle this to be subject to the society to pay attention, and has debated unceasingly for various educational worlds hot spot topic.The author turns over to the responsibility principle from the tradition tort liability the rationale and legal characteristic angle embarking, unifies domestic and foreign turns over to the comparison which about the road traffic accident damage compensate the responsibility principle the legislation evolves and various countries to solves this question general procedure now, examines in our country current law about between the vehicle and the non-motor vehicle, the pedestrian has the road traffic accident's responsibility to turn over to the responsibility matter of principle, The one who is clear about our country current law to use is one kind of incomplete non-mistake responsibility principle, and from the scientific theory and the judicial practice's angle, further analyzed current our country to implement the mistake in the road traffic accident this right infringement domain to estimate turns over to the responsibility method, finally to was clear estimates with the standard mistake turns over to the responsibility principle, and consummated the corresponding legal rule as well as the establishment and the consummation and the road traffic accident damage compensate responsibility necessary insurance system proposes own meager seeing.
Keywords/Search Tags:The strict responsibility, the mistake estimated that the faith principlethe contributory negligence principle, the superior danger, burden principle, the vehicle third party forces the liability insurance system
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